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The fourth record in the RoadWorks series is the fourth by nature of it being the one after the number three. They have produced a solid series of live albums that actually sound amazing. It's well annoying when bands can't play live. They have dabbled in soft rock, free jazz and even made a concert film. They've even had two country albums. This "episode" of the RoadWork series is quite a return ...

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Roadwork Vol. 4 : Intrepid Skronk by Motorpsycho
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9/10 Dave Staff review, 05 May 2011

The fourth record in the RoadWorks series is the fourth by nature of it being the one after the number three. They have produced a solid series of live albums that actually sound amazing. It's well annoying when bands can't play live. They have dabbled in soft rock, free jazz and even made a concert film. They've even had two country albums. This "episode" of the RoadWork series is quite a return to form. They seem to have eschewed the soft rock and are now peddeling something that sounds simply amazing. It's a progressive psych rock trip that doesn't compromise and pummels your mind into a millions fleshy pieces. It hardly relents over it's hearty running time. It reminds me of Goblin but without the tight leather trousers, and synths. The sound that these Norwegians capture live is proper fucking ace. The musicanship is truly great as well. The drums are full of flair and amazing syncopation. The guitars wail (whale) like a fleet of Norwegian fishing vessels* and the bass really gets nailed down. The overall feel is one of progressive rock genius. All of the songs on this puppy have moments of progressive rock wonder that will appeal to many a beard stroker and probably not impress there girl friends,who want to dance to "a proper beat" Im not saying that girls dont like prog but going to a prog gig is usually a bit of a sausage fest. Any way slight digression this LP is a must for all MotorPsycho nauts and might convert many a non beliver to the church of MotorPsycho. A great double album and an astonishing live record.


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